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Colorful Tbilisi

Colorful Tbilisi

$40 per person

Visiting Tbilisi Ethnographic Museum and Holy Trinity Cathedral
Tbilisi tours will open up the key-city in the heart of the Caucasus. Romantic and cozy Tbilisi with rich history attracts thousands of travelers from all over the world. The beauty of this mountainous land and its unique Georgian culture inspired many well-known writers, artists and poets who had dedicated to Georgia their greatest works. Discover a modern Tbilisi with handmade tours from Advantour. You will have a fascinating trip with an interesting excursion program, comfortable hotels and the best restaurants where every meal traditionally is accompanied with Georgian toasts and wine.

  • Destination
  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and light jacket.
  • Included
    Colorful Tbilisi
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included
    Departure Taxes
    Entry Fees
    5 Star Accommodation
Day 1: Departure
Visiting Tbilisi Ethnographic Museum and Holy Trinity Cathedral Lunch and wine tasting After wine tasting visiting the old, historic districts – Holy Trinity cathedral, Metekhi church, Narikala fortress, Sulfur baths, narrow and exotic streets of the old city drive to the restaurant and dinner.  



History of the City

Old Tbilisi– City’s major sights are concentrated in the old city. This district also boasts the Abanotubani – sulfur baths are still valid; There are a lot of popular restaurants, cafes, open-bars, night clubs , galleries in Chardin street, Rkina street and Bamba street.
Narikala – Kutaisi located in Imereti is Georgia’s second largest city with elegant, trees lined streets, 19th-century houses and attractive parks. There are many of the beautiful historic buildings. In Jewish district, there are a number of synagogues, which emphasizes the Georgian Jewish community. The city’s largest synagogue was built in 1886 and 500 worshipers can seat in it. The magnificent medieval churches Bagrati and Gelati are in UNESCO World Heritage Site list, which confirms the importance of the city.  

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